What is it all about
There is no secret to the appeal of fresh flowers and foliage, and they can do more than just sitting and looking pretty in a vase. There is no better way than to find a way to incorporate these foliage into your hair for your wedding or a fun photoshoot than a flower crown.
In this one night beginner’s class, you will learn than making foliage crowns is not that difficult at all and is something you can definitely do it yourself. Unlike normal crowns, we will be creating a textural crown with foliage taking the main stage rather than flowers. With a hands-on session with a selection of seasonal blooms and foliage, it is definitely something you can look forward to up the bohemian chic factor of your party!
What will we cover?
In this workshop, we will be discussing about the various types of floral crowns that you can make and tips on keeping them fresh. You will also be making your very own flower crown with a selection of seasonal blooms and folage with guidance and tips on making the flowers stand out in your hair.
Who will be teaching?
Ever since he was young, Graham has had a fascination with plants and floristry after pattering after his grandmother in the garden. Today after rediscovering the passion after a stint with a florist a year back, he spends most of his time outside of architecture class to find an excuse to share this penchant for blooms. You can find his floral creations atwww.instagram.com/tweedtwigs